Congratulations! CNTG Fellow Rebecca Butterfield just defended her undergraduate thesis "Investigating Electrical Activity Accompanying Functional Recovery of the Pyloric Circuit Following Isolation from Neuromodulatory Inputs" on April 9th and was awarded the highest honor.
Congratulations! Second year CNTG Fellow Michael McKinnon was awarded the NSF GRFP Fellowship in April 2014. He will study maladaptive plasticity within the thoracic paravertebral sympathetic ganglia following spinal cord injury with Dr. Shawn Hochman.
CNTG Seminar: Invited speaker Dr. Melanie Mitchell will talk about "Using analogy to discover the meaning of images" on Wednesday April 9th at 4pm. The location is PAIS 290.
CNTG Journal Club: Bahar Rahsepar will present Melanie Mitchell's paper "Segmentation of thermographic images of hands using a genetic algorithm" on Thursday April 3rd at 6pm. The location is room 109, 1462 Clifton Rd NE. Free pizza and refreshment!